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Full text of "The manufacture and properties of iron and steel"

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TABLE OF CONTENTS.
PAGE
XVIIe.      Effect of phosphorus.........-.................    356
XVIIf.     Effect of copper...............................    358
XVIIg.     Effect of aluminum........................... "  361
XVIIh.     Effect of arsenic..............................    363
XVIIi.      Effect of nickel, tungsten and chromium.......    364
XVIIj.      Effect of oxygen...............................    366
XVIIk.     Investigations by Webster.....................    368
XVIII.     Values of the elements as found by the method
of least squares.............................    368
XVIIm.    Values of the elements as found by plotting...    369
CHAPTER XVIII.—CLASSIFICATION OF STRUCTURAL STEEL.
SECTION XVIIIa.   Influence of the method of manufacture.......    392
XVIIIb.   Chemical specifications.........................    394
XVIIIc.    Use of soft steel in structural work............    396
XVIIId.   tests on plates...............................    398
XVIIIe.    Standard size of test-pieces....................    399
XVIIIf.    The quench test....................... .........    400
XVIIIg.   Standard specifications........................    401
CHAPTER XIX.—WELDING.
SECTION XlXa.      Influence of structure on the welding properties.    402
XlXb.      Tensile tests on welded bars of steel and iron...    403
XIXc.       Influence of metalloids upon welding...........    407
CHAPTER XX.—STEEL CASTINGS.
SECTION XXa.        Definition of a steel casting....................    409
XXb.        Methods of manufacture.......................    410
XXc.        Blow-holes  ...................................    412
XXd.        Phosphorus and sulphur in steel castings.......    418
XXe.        Effect of silicon, manganese and aluminum.  ...    413
XXf.        Physical tests on soft steel castings............    414
XXg.      . Physical tests on medium hard steel'castings. ..    417
PART III.
TJie Iron Industry of the Leading Nations. CHATTER XXI.—FACTORS IN INDUSTRIAL COMPETITION.
SECTION" XXIa.      The question of management..................    421
XXIb.       The question of employer and employed........    426
XXIc.       The question of tariffs.........................    435
CHAPTER XXII.—THE UNITED STATES.
SECTION XXIIa.     General view............................----..    441
XXIIb.    Coal..........................................    447